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Wrestlemania at Sage Summit this year?

4/15/2014 at 8:53 am by

This past Sunday I did something I haven’t done in well over a decade – I watched Wrestlemania XXX. For those of you not in tune with the world of professional wrestling, Wrestlemania is the annual Pay Per View wrestling extravaganza put on by the WWE every year. It’s basically like the Super Bowl of…

Voting ends for Best Construction Blog

4/10/2014 at 11:49 am by

The votes are now in for the Best Construction Blog Competition sponsored by Construction Marketing Ideas.This year’s contest brought out some formidable competitors but thanks to you— our readers— the Sage Construction and Real Estate blog took home the highest number of votes! After two months of voting, it was a full-on sprint at the…

Motivational Monday: Poetry in motion

4/7/2014 at 9:59 am by

Spring is here . . . bringing National Poetry Month. Although I’m not much of a poet, I did win a poetry contest for a Haiku poem I wrote in the fourth grade. It was about a bear and was actually published in a book. For your reading pleasure, I asked Plumb Bob (who just happens…

Three keys to make process improvement your business norm

4/3/2014 at 2:35 pm by

If you’re like most companies, you occasionally have days that reveal a not so flattering view of your day-to-day processes. You see too much effort for too little results. Your employees have become accustomed to challenging processes and, to your team’s credit, have normalized to the tedium and even to waste and rework. How did…

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Five trends in construction information technology usage

3/31/2014 at 9:22 am by

This is the third year in a row that I’ve been involved in conducting the Sage Construction IT Survey.  Each year we reach out to construction companies to understand their expectations, concerns, and plans regarding information technology (IT). This year 800 construction professionals responded, our highest response ever. The main purpose of the survey is…

Microsoft® Windows® XP end of life—don’t panic!

3/28/2014 at 8:56 am by

Yes, it’s just around the corner. Microsoft is going to be ending support for Microsoft Windows XP in April 2014 and Microsoft Windows Server 2003 in July 2015. I covered what this “end of life” really means for the average user or business in my December 5 post. But don’t panic and feel like you…

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